powerlifer wrote:Its just many whey proteins and shakes go kind of horrible if left in a hot locker for an hour or however long your session is.
Luckily nobody here uses whey protein
zombie, as one of the wise posters at VF suggests, a carton of choc soymilk can get the job done for much cheaper and is easier to carry around. Timing is over-rated IMO too. After a decent lifting session (not a marathon pump session) you should not be in a catabolic state with your muscles withering away if they are not replenished instantly with a protein drink, but rather your body will be increasing its production of anabolic hormones. You are probably okay if you wait no longer than around 2 hours post-workout. Back when I was in the game, I started out taking shakes immediately post-workout but eventually stretched it out until I got home and didn't notice any differences in my recovery times or strength/size gains.
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